Robert O'Brien Should Have to Face Senate Confirmation
Requiring congressional approval would be good for Trump, good for his choice for national-security adviser, and good for the country.
"Congress has never required confirmation of the national-security adviser, instead deferring to presidents to choose their staffs," writes
. "It is time for that to change."
Loren DeJonge Schulman
The problems with this latest
piece on requiring congressional confirmation are numerous, but chief among them is I am genuinely unsure what problem confirmation is expected to solve. Just as likely to create problems.